April 29, 2013

K-State hopes new Haysville building will help it move forward in ag research nationally, dean says

Kansas State University’s College of Agriculture plans to be in the top five agriculture schools in the country by 2025 – and a new building at its research station in Haysville will help it get there, the dean of the college, John Floros, said Monday at the ribbon-cutting.

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